Auditing Your Writing Skills
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The aim of this chapter is to get you thinking about the way your own writing skills have developed, and about the particular types of writing required of you on your English course. In an ideal world, these two factors – your own writing abilities, and what your course requires – would be perfectly matched. However, in the real world it may be a different story: your course may prioritise certain types of writing you are less familiar with, and downplay some aspects that you know well. By the end of the chapter, you will be in a position to know which types of writing are a strong part of your repertoire, and which types you will need to practise further. Make notes as you go through each exercise, in preparation for your Personal Audit Sheets (PASS) at the end of the chapter.